Injuries from General Negligence
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There are many types of injuries that may arise under the term “general
negligence.” The term “general negligence” however is
not tied to the injury itself, but to the actions of the person or entity
or corporation that injured the victim. If another party acted without
proper or reasonable care and caused you harm as a result, then you may
be eligible to file a negligence claim for damages.
Are you eligible for a general negligence suit?
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At Jordan Law, we represent individuals who have been wrongfully injured
by another party’s actions, including by general negligence. Our
track record of success speaks for itself – we have successfully
achieved countless multi-million dollar recoveries for our clients. We attribute much of our accomplishments to our drive
to consistently deliver personalized attention and client-focused services.
Allow us to help you pursue the compensation you deserve.
What is a General Negligence Claim?
A general negligence claim is one where someone is injured by the careless
and/or reckless actions of another. In order to pursue a general negligence
claim, the injured party must prove that the accused party failed his
or her duty to act in a reasonable way, either via inaction or a direct action.
For example, a defendant may have failed to provide a safe premise, but
your injuries may give rise to a premises liability claim, and not a general
negligence claim. To determine the difference, call Jordan Law to identify
what type of claim you may have.
Some other examples of general negligence cases include:
- Failure to secure a pet which leads to dog bite injuries
Failure to obey traffic laws, injuring
- Failure to provide adequate security, causing harm to patrons
- Failure to install playground equipment properly, leading to injuries
Most general negligence claims are governed under common law negligence,
coupled with statutory laws that may restrict the ability to seek compensation
and even limit compensation for injuries sustained. Speak with us to learn
the merits of your case. We are
available 24/7 to help.
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